- Journey, the Junior High fellowship group (7th & 8th grades), meets Sunday evenings 7:00–8:30pm in Room 7.
- Lightshine, the 6th, 7th, & 8th grade choir, rehearses on Wednesdays 5:00–6:00pm in the Choir Room.
- Confirmation for 8th graders meets on Sunday mornings from January through March only.
- Sunday Morning GroupLife (7th & 8th grades) meets at 9:30am on Sundays in the Youth Room.
- Acolyte training is held each fall for 5th–8th graders.
Journey, the junior high youth group, meets Sunday nights during the school year from 7:00 to 8:30pm. We have a lot of fun together! On any night you might find us playing games, talking about important social and spiritual topics, studying the Bible, creating things, having an overnight, going to LazerQuest, bowling, heading to the park … who knows what else? You don’t want to miss out on the friends and fellowship this group has to offer you!
Lightshine is our 6th, 7th, and 8th grade choir. We rehearse every Wednesday during the school year at 5:00pm. Lightshine sings in church often and is a part of our annual Thanksgiving Eve service, Festival of Carols & Lights, Christmas Eve service, and the Confirmation service in the spring. Lightshine is great fun and great music!
Sunday Morning GroupLife
Our 7th and 8th graders attend GroupLife on Sunday mornings at 9:30am in the Youth Room. GroupLife for our junior high youth offers a small-group process, so they know what it’s like to be prayed for, to pray for others, and to grow in the Word of God. Sunday morning GroupLife will offer these youth opportunities to engage in discipleship practices. They are also invited to participate in worship/choir/acolytes, Bible study, and evening youth group. We want all families to know that there are many paths for youth to ground themselves in faith during these important formative years. If you would like to learn more about this transition, please contact Pastor Debbie Weatherspoon, minister of discipleship.
Have you ever wondered who lights the candles for the worship service? who receives the offering? who helps with baptisms? You’ve seen them sitting proudly next to the pastors on Sunday mornings, and you’ve wanted to be one of them! They are the acolytes, and with a little training, you can join the ranks of the proud few. This is an important service to our church. If you’re interested in joining this group, contact the church office for more information.